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Alboustani, Tarik (author)
System Design in the built environment is one of the most influential design paradigms in architecture and construction. This paper seeks to amalgamate empirical design strategies with various architectural principles, including the notion of “open buildings” or “open-ended architecture,” as well as Structuralism, all within a computational...
master thesis 2023
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Chmielarski, Przemysław (author)
The sustainability of the building industry and the increasing demand for new buildings creates an opportunity where materiality and adaptability of the build environment needs to be reassessed in order to answer to the following issues. The research paper delves into the subject of adaptability in the built environment and checks the influence...
master thesis 2023
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Ing, Leslie (author)
The post-war neighbourhood Boerhaavewijk in Haarlem is an example of rational modernist urban planning following the design guidelines of air, light and space. Repeated typologies or ‘stamps’ of terraced housing and apartment buildings created by industrialised methods of construction were the answer to the population boom experienced in the 60s...
master thesis 2023
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Choe, Yeonghwa (author)
Korea had a history of wooden architecture for about 2,000 years before modernization. However, after the Korean War, the concept of modernist concrete high-rise apartments was radically introduced to solve the severe housing problem. In US, Charles Jencks declared the death of Modern Architecture, but it was a huge success in Korea. Apartments...
master thesis 2023
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Brennhagen, Ingrid (author)
Built in the time-specific context of the seventies, the project of Lunetten is an interesting example of residential innovation in the Netherlands. Nominated experimental by the Dutch Experimental Housing Program of 1968- 1980, for its implementation of the design methods of Stitching Architecten Research (SAR), this project shows an early...
student report 2023
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Mankutė, Aistė (author)
The project “Activating the glass box” aims to find out how the existing built heritage can be not an obstacle, but the key to the comprehensive dense city of the near future. It showcases the contextual design approach and opportunities for the unlisted 50’s-60’s international style office buildings - “glass boxes”- whose potential is not yet...
master thesis 2022
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Wagemaker, Jordy (author)
Bridge the gap is a project that shows how with flexibility and energy neutrality existing and upcoming office vacancy can be successfully transformed. This all in cooperation with the Open Building ideology where the current building process is questioned and a spot early-on in the building process is reserved for the residents. With the use of...
master thesis 2022
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Thormann, Leon (author)
master thesis 2022
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Cornago Bonal, I. (author), van den Heuvel, D. (author)
This chapter discusses the notion of ‘Open Building’ through its conceptualisations and implementations in the Netherlands since the 1960s until today. It focuses on the place of dwellers’ agency in the development of residential open buildings to investigate the potential of users’ empowerment. <br/><br/>The ‘Open Building’ approach synthesises...
book chapter 2022
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van Hoof, Jules (author)
An interdisciplinary approach of the building process is needed in order to achieve a more resilient outcome. The aim within this paper will therefore be about the implementation of GreenBlue infrastructure with Open Building to strive for a circular water cycle within the built environment. The following topics have been investigated in order...
master thesis 2021
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Green, Edmund (author)
De-centralised policies and care-focused homeless support in the Netherlands has led to an over-simplified definition of homelessness in Rotterdam, where the gemeente fails to recognise and address some of it’s most vulnerable groups. Through literature reviews, interviews with actors from the homeless sector, and observations and conversations...
master thesis 2021
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Markowska, Emilka (author)
“Urban woods” is a project that investigates the problems of the segregation and social exclusion in the cities today. Urban environments become more and more diverse, which often leads to lack of social cohesion on the neighborhood scale. This master thesis focuses on the target group of expats and answers the questions of creating inclusive...
master thesis 2021
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Nurhadi Nugraha, Nurhadi (author)
Clipping Kampung aims to improve the resilience of Hoptille neighbourhood in Amsterdam based on lessons learned from Indonesian Kampung. At least, two main qualities from Kampung that are useful for Hoptille’s resilience problem have been identified: adaptability and transformability. The Kampung has a quality to be more adaptable due to its...
master thesis 2021
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Vader, Jan (author)
The project proposes a futureproof neighborhood of an open building system in order to deal with the housing shortage, a circular economy and changing needs in society. The dense neighborhood in Amsterdam Sloterdijk makes a connection to the Brettenzone and is completely built from a smart support system and demountable infill systems and...
master thesis 2021
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Smidt, Bas (author)
This graduation arises from the urgent need to revitalize a problematic post-war neighbourhood in Amsterdam-West. There is a lack of places for residents to connect with each other and with their built environment. The zones between the private and public domain, the transition zones of the ‘General Expansion Plan’ aren’t enabling or encouraging...
master thesis 2021
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Oorschot, L.M. (author)
In zorgwoongebouwen verblijven de meest kwetsbare mensen in grote eenzaamheid. Middelbare scholieren die worden beschouwd als grote virusverspreiders zonder zelf ziek te worden moeten het doen met videobellen en als ze in school zijn is er geen ruimte voor onderlinge afstand terwijl juist jonge mensen een community nodig hebben om van elkaar te...
report 2021
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van den Heuvel, Job (author)
WeGrowCo, reintroduced the open-building ideology of John Habraken and Frans van der Werf within the organic design proces of a new neighborhood at Strandeiland, Ijburg. WeGrowCo proves that open-building has a large potential to grow, make and build adaptable and self-sufficient neighborhoods together with inhabitants. Before buildings are...
master thesis 2020
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Lammersen, Steven (author)
Research and design for a more circular built environment, focused on the 'open building typology' and the technical aspects of 'design for disassembly'. Design focused on the city of Groningen.
master thesis 2020
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de Groot, Marleen (author)
Historically, cities have played a major role in integrating newcomers into society. And in turn, many cities- including Amsterdam- have been shaped by migration. The conditions in neighborhoods in which many newcomers currently arrive do not offer the same flexibility. The graduation project proposes a strategy for the creation of inclusive...
master thesis 2020
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Wong, Queenie (author)
In Mumbai, “two-thirds of the city’s (Bombay) residents are crowded<br/>into just 5 percent of the total area, while the richer or more rent-protected one-third monopolize the remaining 95 percent.” The Development Plans for Mumbai, criticized as “a form of ‘planned’ exclusion of the poor and the middle class”, have failed to address issues of...
master thesis 2019
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